Orangeburgh District Migrations

Migration of George SPIGNER and Jane Elizabeth ZEIGLER

1. George SPIGNER, born abt 1777 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina; died 12 Feb 1856 in Autauga County, Alabama, son of John Samuel SPIGNER. He married bef 1812 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina Jane Elizabeth ZEIGLER, born abt 1784 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina; died 28 Nov 1835 in Alabama, daughter of John Jacob ZEIGLER and Anne Catherine WANNAMAKER.

Notes for George SPIGNER: Joel Spigener was delegated to go west to Alabama and appraise the situation. Joel stayed with his uncle, George Spigener, who had made his move with the first immigrants from the Orangeburg District. REF: The Alabama Review JAN 1995.

Children of George SPIGNER and Jane Elizabeth ZEIGLER were as follows:

a. Richard SPIGNER, born 15 Apr 1812 in Orangeburg County, South Carolina; died 4 Aug 1869 in Elmore Co., Alabama. He married on 29 Oct 1846 in Autauga County, Alabama Mary Ann ZEIGLER, born 4 Dec 1822 in Alabama; died 20 Jan 1887 in Alabama.

b. Henry Llewellyn SPIGNER, born 5 Apr 1814 in South Carolina; died in Autauga County, Alabama. He married in 1849 in Autauga County, Alabama Percies SCOTT, died in Autauga County, Alabama. Ref: NikkiQuinn msg 2 Jun 98

c. Ann SPIGNER, born 13 Apr 1817 in South Carolina. She married Braxton SMITH.

d. Frances SPIGNER, born 1821. She married (1) Evans L. WHETSTONE; (2) Simon HIGGS.

e. Malachi SPIGNER, born 13 Oct 1823 in Autauga County, Alabama; died 2 Jul 1895 in Elmore Co., Alabama. He married on 19 Jul 1849 in Elmore Co., Alabama Susan Mattie JAMES, born abt 1830 in South Carolina; died aft 20 Jun 1900 in Elmore Co., Alabama.

f. Elizabeth SPIGNER, born 26 Oct 1826. She married on 18 Nov 1844 William WILEY.

Information provided by Gene Jeffries 26 Apr 2000.


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